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16 April 2014
Excerpt: It was clear, with the release of the HTC One, that the company was looking to emulate the quality finish that Apple's iPhone is known for. Its aluminum back, brilliant 1080p HD display, and true stereo speakers certainly give the feeling of a quality phone.
Pros: Great display quality, Good speaker quality, Easy to type on, Easy to read on, Very easy to navigate
Excerpt: My first car was a 1997 Saturn SL1, a tiny black box with headlights that were too close together and a 0-60 time in the neighborhood of three and a half hours. It had power nothing, automatic nothing, working-properly nothing — and I loved it.
Pros: Gorgeous industrial design, Great performance, Solid battery life
Cons: Weak, inconsistent camera, Big, a little chunky
Summary: The HTC One blends an unmatched premium design for Android phones with impressive performance, a beautiful 1080p display and rich, front-mounted speakers. HTC Sense 5.0, with its Blinkfeed feature, adds flavor to the stock Android OS.
Pros: Top-notch hardware design. Aluminum and plastic body is smooth and well-built. Performance power to spare. Massive, crisp 1080p display. Camera takes better-than-average photos when the lights are low. Front facing dual speakers are actually worth listening to. Zoe camera software is different an...
Cons: Sense is better than ever, but still not better than stock Android. Comes with an outdated version of Jelly Bean. The camera is good in low light, but lags everywhere else. No microSD card slot — choose between 32GB and 64GB at the time of purchase.
Summary: The pricey HTC One Google Play Edition's unique blend of premium design, components, and pure Jelly Bean software will only tempt true Android fanatics.
Pros: The HTC One Google Play Edition's metal design is gorgeous. The phone's hardware and components are top-notch. The clean Android Jelly Bean UI is refreshingly simple, and Google promises a stream of fresh updates as they happen.
Cons: The HTC One Google Play Edition doesn't offer any of the extras found in HTC Sense. The handset's unsubsidized price is expensive.
Summary: With a premium metal design, captivating 1080p display and speedy quad-core processor, you'd be hard pressed to find a superior smartphone than the HTC One. Although T-Mobile's LTE network is still rolling out, you'll be paying considerably less than other carriers.
Excerpt: [dropcap]W[/dropcap]e have had the opportunity to do a very thorough AT&T HTC One Review. This phone belongs in a vault with the rest of the gold because that is what it is… GOLD. It makes the iPhone 4s I have look like garbage and I can’t believe I said that. I did though.